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Vector Warp Space v2 June 15, 2006

Posted by A - Your Story in Vector Warp Space.

Continuation by Loki:
It seemed as if everything was one big, weird dream. Sarah wondered if anyone else had this experience of seeing other worlds linked to their own. Could be the reverse to who was looking into our world? She thought to herself, studying the terribly scratched disc in her trembling hands once more. There were many times in her live where she had been dragged to different worlds thanks to the aid of books, video games, daydreams and the odd bunch of flashbacks, but nothing as strange as this. I’ve always wanted to get away from everything, why not take the chance while I still have one? She was quite excited of leaving her dreary and routine riddled life, no matter how long or short it would be. Her room, unlike her brother’s, was quite messy with things strewn everywhere; it was like a whirlwind had gone though during the middle of the night, but that didn’t stop her from getting a few necessities.
“Dear Mum, I’m going away today…” she said to herself as she packed a random selection of clothing, toiletries gathered from the bathroom and other things “… I might not be coming back.” She shook her head. No way can I write something like that to Mum if I’m going a place where I might be killed or never return from! Something struck her as she ran to fill a school canteen-bottle. Maybe I could write it off as a long excursion, like a camp of some sort for Biology! I might failing now, but this plan is better than nothing! She smiled to herself, feeling warm and fuzzy, despite having to leave to go to a different world anytime soon. She looked out the bedroom window, it was getting dark quickly. She closed the blinds and left the room lightless and stuck the disc into the computer very carefully.
“Just for a little while, and then I’ll come back, if I make it.” She gasped as a flash of light entered the dim room.
Pain racked her body from where she fell from one of the silvery trees in the purple forest. There was thankfully, no one around. But a few long necked and mouthless tall things that resembled fleshy stalks.
“Oh, shoot!”



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